MSS 00109 Guide to the William Orr Huneycutt college materials, 1921 - 1925
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[Folder 1 of 1] Receipts for fees Huneycutt paid at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, 1921 - 1922
[Folder 1 of 1] Registration Cards, 1921 - 1924
[Folder 1 of 1] Name Cards, undated
[Folder 1 of 1] Photograph of Huneycutt and a Friend, undated
[Folder 1 of 1] Copy of Commencement Program, 1925
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Received from Mary Huneycutt Askew, 1978 April.
Processed by: Maurice Toler;machine-readable finding aid created by: Dawne E. Howard
This collection consists of receipts for fees William Orr Huneycutt paid as a student at North Carolina College of Agriculture and Engineering, registration cards, name cards, a photograph of Huneycutt and a friend, and a copy of a 1925 commencement program.
William Orr Huneycutt attended North Carolina College of Agriculture and Engineering from 1921 to 1925. During these years, the Charlotte, N.C., native was a member of the Mecklenburg County Club, Phi Psi, the Pan-Hellenic Council, the German Club, and the Foreign Relations Club. He was assistant manager of track during his sophomore and junior years, and also attended bible class. In addition, Huneycutt was a Corporal 2 and Sergeant 3 in R.O.T.C. He graduated in 1925 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Textile Engineering.
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